Nebraska volleyball hit B1G play Friday evening for the first match of the conference slate, and the Huskers rolled over Michigan State for the first conference win of the season. The Huskers swept the match in consecutive sets.

Set one was a dominant win for Nebraska with the Huskers winning 25-15. The Spartans had a chance to get their serve back, but the set point fell on Michigan State’s side of the net.

Set two was closer with Michigan State pulling within 3 points at a 20-17 Nebraska advantage. Kaitlyn Hord took care of that close edge, smashing down a kill to give the Huskers a cushion.

Freshman Bekka Allick eventually gave the set to the Huskers with a dominant block to make it 25-18.

The third set was the most competitive all evening with the Spartans closing in while the Huskers faced a match point at 24-23. Madi Klubik provided the final nail in the coffin with a huge swing off of the Michigan State block.

Nebraska finished the game with a .224 hit percentage, 43 kills, 6 blocks and one lone ace. The Spartans actually out-blocked the Huskers but only produced 27 kills on the evening.